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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 9 April 1903

VOL. XIV. TROUBLE AT THE NINES A Disagreement Over Strike Ccmxission's Ruling. NUMBER OF HOUR'S FOR DAY'S WORK Intense Dissatisfaction In (he Lower Anthracite Region—A Number of Ih: Collieries Closed Down—The Men Refuse to Work Ten Hours, aol Maty Quit Alter Wo.king Eight or Nine Hours. Philadelphia (Special). —A disagreement between the mine operators and miners regarding the Strike Commission’s ruling on the number of hours to constitute a day’s work resulted in the closing of numerous collieries through out the anthracite coal region. ' ugreatest disalisfaction was expre d m the lower reg-on, and in Poltstilu-, Shamokin, Mahanoy City and contiguous towns a majority of the in es were idle a fto n f,i* ~ov At cjllicnes the me i laid down their tools after they had worked eight hours, and at others they remained in the mines nine hours, but refused to work ten hours when requested to do so by the superintendents. 'I he operators assert that they will pay the men only for the actual ...

Publication Title: Brunswick Gazette
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 9 April 1903

,«( -■ V,.— r--- • . PHE GA.ZETTE. i ■— tiai.ms or srnaeiaaTioN: [ • I « . i ' : I t>necopy one year, - $ 1.(10 “ 0 inoiitlin, - - M '‘.liter f< r nifvri'Using f., rallied on r pplicatien. Y Entornclg t tin* stotiice pi Law ' .tnee vllle, Vtv. .luisnyoml class inn I ter j TiimisPAV. April ;3liy 190J1. As an original proposition men might well .have differed i as to the wisdom and expedien-, , v of attempting' to celebrate on as large a scale as has been pro-, posed tin* ter-centeniiial anni-j versary of the . of .lamestown. But so milch has ‘been sum and written on the subject’.and mutters have pro-, gretied so .tar t hat the quest ion ' is no longer whether Virginia 'can afford to make the desired appropriation to iimyrc the success of the enterprise but whether 'with due regard for her reputation as.. i'regressive state she 'Tor. make it. If u.ort, after all the publicity j mat has been given it. should ] proven fiasco through laggard , Coss on the part of th...

Publication Title: Brunswick Gazette
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 9 April 1903

THE O AZETTE. ■Sfe. ... —-—.. _J ~—■—— >,pm.miiED every Thursday by the GAZETTE PEIIUHIIING COMPANY. LOCAL NOTES. JCuiutaiUY. Apil 2nd , 1908. Dr. \V. 11. Lewis is quite ill at his home with fever. Next Sunday will be Easter and Monday the 'first holiday. IVliss.(Sarah Wilkes is spending •the week with Mrs. A. J. Hrodnajc. Mr. W. K. Harris and Dr. R. R ‘Jones Jr,,of were,in tow,r Alonday. Mr. R. P. Hicks and his daugh,tcr Miss Fannie of Charlie Hope .were visitors here Monday. -We.have just received a nicc| line ot base base ball goods, Mallory .& Short. Don’t bo imposed upon by taking , substitutes offered for’ Foley’s Honey | uud Tar. For side by A. F. Osborn ,ih Hon. Thqre will be preaching in tl- - church next Sunday I morning and night. All arc el- J CO lie. • 'Mpp Hf.cs e*»;p r the larg northern cities handsomer j store windows than those of H. i .Davidson & Co. The recent frost did considera-j ,ble damnge to .the .fruit. It .is I .thought ab...

Publication Title: Brunswick Gazette
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Brunswick Gazette — 9 April 1903

HOW A BEAUTIFUL WOMAN ESCAPED SPRING CATARRH BY USE OF PE-RU-NA. Nothin# Robs One of Strength ILikc Spring CatarrhSpring Fever is Spring Catarrh. 0 Mt% * ww *ww**%%***%***%%*»*%%%%%%*%%%%» 0 f 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 I - \ iu J ' Miss Helen Whitman, 30Si: Grand Avenue, Milwaukee, Wis,, writes: “ There Is nothing like Peruna (nr that tired feeling, which gives you no ambition lor work nr play. After a prolonged Illness about a year ago, I Jett unable to regain my health, but /our bottles o/ Peruna made a wonderful change and restored me to perfect health. As long as yon keep your blood In good condition you arc all right, anil Peruna seems to fill the veins with pure healthful blood. I thoroughly endorse it.” MISS HELEN WHITMAN. Have you got nerves? Well, you ought to have nerves. But they ought to he strong nerves, goo<l nerves. Docs your haul tremble? Von ar* living too la t. Does your heart flutter at times? You ha«l bettor call a hall. Americans live too fast, i hey crowd to...

Publication Title: Brunswick Gazette
Source: Library of Virginia
Country/State of Publication: Virginia, United States
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